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  • Knee Assessment

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    A good history and examination are essential to determine if a significant knee injury has occurred. A good assessment will guide further investigations...
  • Knee Fractures and Dislocations

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    Fractures of the knee include fractures of the patella, femoral condyles, tibial eminence, tibial tuberosity and tibial plateau. Fractures of the knee...
  • Knee Joint Replacements

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    Knee replacement surgery has improved dramatically over the period of a few decades because of improved techniques, improved materials and improved understanding...
  • Keloid

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    A keloid scar is one in which there is overgrowth of dense fibrous tissue. This usually develops after the injury has healed. It extends beyond the borders...
  • Keratoacanthoma

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    Keratoacanthomas (KAs) are very rapidly growing squamo-proliferative lesions that look like well-differentiated squamous cell carcinomas (SCCs) pathologically....
  • Keratomalacia

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    Synonym - xerotic keratitis Xerophthalmia is the term used for deficient tear production leading to dry eye (particularly affecting the cornea) associated...
  • Keratoplasty

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    Synonyms: corneal transplant, corneal graft Keratoplasty is the procedure whereby abnormal corneal tissue is replaced by a healthy donor cornea. It has...
  • Keratosis Pilaris

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    Synonyms: hyperkeratosis, folliculocentric keratotic papules, follicular keratotic papules Keratosis pilaris (KP) describes a group of disorders. [ 11632...
  • Kernicterus

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    Synonym: bilirubin encephalopathy Kernicterus is a complication of neonatal jaundice . The word kernicterus means yellow kern , kern being the structures...
  • Minimally Invasive Surgery

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    Minimally invasive surgery, keyhole surgery or laparoscopic surgery involves entering the skin via small incisions or by a body cavity. About minimally invasive surgery.
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